Madvillain Vinyl, CD & tapes by Madvillain at Norman Records

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Four Tet Mixes

Madvillain’s Madvillainy needs no introduction at this point, but what you may not know is that the LP was given a going over by Four Tet back in the mid-2000’s. The Four Tet Mixes EP sees a young(ish) Kieran Hebden bolting new beats onto MF DOOM’s bars. DOOM even helps with the production on a new version of ‘Rhinestone Cowboy’. Side B contains all the instrumentals.
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JJ Doom
Bookhead EP

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Bad Neighbor Instrumentals

Madlib’s 2015 collaboration with M.E.D. and Blue gets stripped back to the instrumentals and served up afresh for the keen beat-heads among you. The subtraction of the flows just lets the listener relish the details of Madlib’s woozy funk-sample constructions, and Bad Neighbour Instrumentals even features an extra three tracks of bonus beats! Double LP on BangYaHead.

Money Folder

A selection of highlights from that glorious modern classic Madvillainy. The slick-flowing collaboration between MF Doom and Madlib should not need any introduction, but if they are new to you, dive in this re-pressed 12”! Money Folder and ‘America’s Most Blunted’ are each present in vocal, instrumental and remix versions.

Curls & All Caps

Anyone who’s been on a rap blog in the past decade will know that Madvillain’s Madvillainy is an undisputed classic of modern hip-hop, and anyone who’s heard the thing will be able to confirm that for you. If you’re unfamiliar with the united forces of Madlib and MF DOOM then Curls & All Caps, an EP of Madvillainy-adjacent bars and beats, is a fine way in. ‘The Illest Villains (Remix)’ is worth the entry fee alone.

Bl_ck B_st_rds

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Madlib and MF DOOM present an experimental hiphop tour de force that was beset by internet leaks before completion, and initially abandoned midway by its creators before seeing the light of day in 2004 and becoming a crossover hit. Brimming with unlikely samples (Mothers of Invention, Gentle Giant, Bill Evans, Steve Reich, Egg) and DOOM’s characteristically dazzling and dense rhymes.

Various (J Dilla, Guilty Simpson, Madvillain etc.)
Stones Throw 7 Inch Box Set

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Operation: Doomsday

MF DOOM’s debut studio LP ‘Operation: Doomsday’ is one of those records that often appears on ‘best of the 90s’ lists. Released in 1999, this album established DOOM as one of the most original and vibrant voices in hip-hop’s underground. DOOM proves himself both an unparalleled wordsmith and highly dexterous producer here (the record is almost exclusively produced by Metal Fingers, DOOM’s beat-maker moniker). Gritting up A Tribe Called Quest’s jazz-rap style with shades of the RZA’s classic output, ‘Operation: Doomsday’ is an album for the ages.

Unexpected Guests

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Various (Madlib, Koushik, Charizma, Madvillain ETC)
Stones Throw 101

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King Geedorah
Take Me To Your Leader

We’ll let you in on a little secret: King Geedorah is an alias (a mask, if you will) of MF Doom’s, inspired by a Godzilla monster. Take Me To Your Leader dates back to 2003, when Doom was on the highest of top forms. Fantastic underground hip-hop with mighty flows and the kind of samples that only come from years of crate-digging and mad intuition. Double LP reissue on Big Dada.

Koushik Remixes

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